Eagle-eyed photographer catches a leopard hidden in a ditch, but can you see it?
- Bella Lack, 16, posted the enigmatic image for her 150,000 followers on Twitter
- The predator seamlessly connects with the environment and directs users & # 39; crazy & # 39;
- Leopards live in southern parts of Africa and Asia, Pakistan and Malaysia
- Can you see on this photo where the deadly predator is hiding?
A photo of a leopard camouflaged in a ditch has Twitter users & # 39; crazy & # 39; trying to make it to find it.
At first glance, the photo looks like a ditch covered in dirt with nothing but a tree and a branch in the foreground.
On closer inspection, however, the well-camouflaged predator can be sunbathed.
Youth director Bella Lack, 16, posted the bewildering image on 150,000 followers on Twitter and said: & # 39; Someone just sent this to me and asked me to find the leopard. I was convinced it was a joke … until I found the leopard. Can you see it? & # 39;
The bewildering photo was posted on Twitter and sent followers & # 39; crazy & # 39; looking for the hidden leopard
The photo sent Twitter users in the melt as they tried to find the hidden predator, but it is not known where the photo was taken.
Artist Thea Boodhoo said: & # 39; So * this * is how the leopard got its spots. By being spotted. It's all clear now. & # 39;
Zack Ickowicz added: & # 39; I'm going crazy, I'm not staring at this dirt anymore. & # 39;
Twitters users tried to find the hidden predator that hid in the ditch and resorted to the answer
Leopards usually live in southern parts of Africa and in scattered communities in Asia, Pakistan and Malaysia, while jaguars live in America
WARNING: answer below
Leopards are solitary animals, unlike lions, and largely hunt overnight to prevent competition with the so-called King of the Jungle.
They resemble jaguars in appearance, but are smaller and less muscular. They also miss a dot in the middle of their spots, which is the hallmark of a jaguar.
Spotted! The big cat is circled hidden in the ditch and is barely visible when it blends seamlessly into its environment
However, it is unlikely that the two species will get confused in the wild because they do not share habitat.
Leopards usually live in southern parts of Africa and in scattered communities in Asia, Pakistan and Malaysia, while jaguars live in America.
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